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FRISO and Maison Q collaborate on Good Sleep, Good Poop Campaign advocating good gut health in children

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Launches limited-edition sleepwear on World Sleep Day to raise awareness of two-way connection between sleep and digestive health

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EtonHouse has launched a new website to help parents select the best-fit school for their child

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The EtonHouse International Education Group is proud to announce the launch of its newly redesigned and rebranded website at ​www.etonhouse.edu.sg​. The website has a streamlined and simplified design architecture, improved navigation, […]

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Here’s why Shopee Mum’s Club is the holy grail for newborn essentials

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Shopee Mum’s Club: A one-stop platform for brands to engage with the community of mums in the region.

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Hakken!- Singapore’s first experiential anime retail store, officially opens in Plaza Singapura

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Hakken!, Singapore’s first experiential anime retail store, officially opened its doors to the public earlier this month on 16th January 2021. Launched by MUSE Communication Singapore, one of the largest Japanese […]

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Here’s how Kai Suites are redefining the start of life

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Singapore’s first luxury hotel concept with a holistic, specialised pre- and postpartum care programme exclusive to mothers and newborns, ushering in a new standard

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Are gender reveal parties really necessary?

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I am a 30-year-old single freelance writer; I am not a mother or plan to be one for a while! So, my opinions on the topic are based on in-depth research, interviews, and educated, though somewhat limited, understanding of the world, and not personal experiences.

tell me what YOU did
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No, I don’t want to know what your child did today

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I have never met a man who is only capable of talking about his kid. That makes me wonder if the real cause behind this is the deep-rooted heteronormative gender bias that is found in all cultures around the world. The mother is expected to care and nurture while the father is expected to provide for his family. Well, this isn’t the 1950s, so women, please chill!

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The stigma is real

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Regardless of the clear health benefits of breastfeeding, women all over the world still face judgment and other challenges, when all they want to do is just feed their babies. […]

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Finding light in the darkness is a mom’s superpower

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If you browse through Kavita’s Facebook profile, you will find very few pictures of herself. There is an old pic of her kids set as the profile image and some […]

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The Goddess of small and big things

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  She got married when she was 17 years old (rather 17 years young) and she had her first child – my elder brother, when she was 18. She was just […]

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